Acer Iconia A3 10″ Android Tablet on sale at the Acer Store for $399

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In an email that was sent out, it would seem Acer are looking to get into the last minute gift frenzy that is happening just before Christmas, with the computer company selling the Iconia A3 10″ Android Tablet for $399 through its own online store.

The Iconia A3 Tablet is something close to what could be considered a Nexus 10 device competitor with the device offering some pretty good specs for such a big device.

The full list of specs include:

  • 10.1″ Multi-touch Screen (1280 x 800 resolution)
  • Cortex A7 Quad-core CPU
  • 1GB Memory
  • 32GB Storage
  • 5MP Rear Facing camera, 0.3MP front facing
  • Android 4.2 (Jelly Bean)

If you’re in the market for a 10″ Android device, then the Acer Iconia A3 10″ Android Tablet could be what you might be looking for.

You can find more information about the Acer Iconia A3 10″ Android Tablet via the link below.

Are you in the market for a 10″ Android tablet device? Are you tempted by this offer? We would love to hear your thoughts below

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  • vijay alapati

    the display sucks, still 4.2, low resolution front cam and why compare this with Nexus 10…….no way

  • NOZ

    I dont see this as a nexus 10 competitor…even a year later

  • mrjayviper

    A7 SoC is a Nexus 10 (using A15 Soc) competitor? maybe in the planet Pluto. but not on earth and the screen resolution!!!

    It’s much too overprice for what you can get elsewhere

  • Me

    Spec & price wise, this tablet is a direct competitor to the Samsung Tab 3 10.1. Is this a typo ???

    Certainly this CANNOT be considered a competitor to the competitive Nexus line of tablets.

    Also, certain online only stores are selling the Nexus 10 16GB version for a similar price which we all know is better value.

  • Ozzydan

    Not a nexus 10 competition that is a very interesting comment to put in

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  • Girl Downunder

    Just bought this tablet for $199AUD on sale. Impressions so far is it’s pretty nice, responsive, screen is bright, good, regular assortment of basic apps. I’m charging it fully before testing further- but I had to post this, because I read negs on tabs very often:

    As with any computer, there will be specific needs for it’s user. If your need has a hardware or software requirement- simply find a tab that meets it. What I see very often is people bashing a product for not living up to requirements it was never designed to fill. It’s like people bashing a cheap speaker set for not sounding like a high-end system?

    I am an IT consultant who uses a tab to document my work done, to take quick photos of biz receipts, to check email & the occasional look-up of info on Google. At times, I’m stuck at an appt. waiting & will listen to some music or just check Google news, etc…Since this is what I require, my research said that this tab would be fine— and it is.

    This A3 is a nice tab & responds well for basic needs, as stated. It feels solid in the hand, powers up quickly, and it ready to go nearly instantly from a complete shut-down.

    Imho, a good buy.